[SCA-Dance] Dance to "So Treiben Wir Den Winter Aus - Mediaeval Baebes"?
david.a.learmonth at gmail.com
Sun Feb 15 23:04:00 EST 2015
I took a listen, but did not recognize this piece as a dance I knew. It
certainly had some portions of the phrasing that sounded quite feasible for
creating a choreography though.
Perhaps somewhere in the SCA someone has written a dance for it? That's my
best guess. (that, or it just had some of the musical queues that would
make one feel like they should be dancing to it). :)
On 15 February 2015 at 21:29, <tmcd at panix.com> wrote:
> Maybe it's my imagination, but I have a slight feeling that the tune
> "So Treiben Wir Den Winter Aus" by Mediaeval Baebes
> (e.g., https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b7_d0jJL7S4 ; I bought a copy)
> has an SCA dance associated with it. Does this ring any bells or is
> this another misfiring set of neurons?
> says "The 16th century German song 'So Treiben Wir Den Winter Aus'
> ('Thus We Drive the Winter Out') describes an ancient tradition among
> Europeans." Well, other pages say south Germans. My group does a
> performance dance at the Candlemas event, around Fenruary 2, which is
> often enough near the start of spring in Austin, TX, so dancing to
> this tune something that looks good visually would be of some thematic
> Daniel de Lincolnia
> Tim McDaniel; Reply-To: tmcd at panix.com
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